Holly Collins is an Associate Professor of French at Baylor University. Her main areas of research are nineteenth-century French literature, especially Zola, and twentieth- and twenty-first-century Francophone literatures, particularly migrant narratives. Selected recent publications include: “The Ethics of Gender, Domination, and History in the Literature of Dany Laferrière and Marie-Célie Agnant” in NaKaN. A Journal of Cultural Studies (2024), “Why French Colonial Anti-Semitism Matters Here and Now” in the International Journal of Literary Humanities (2022), and “Monumental Constructions: Statues, Identity, and Gabrielle Roy’s ‘L’arbre’” in Québec Studies (2021).